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Persepolis: Re-Discovering The Lost Capital Of The Persian Empire

Persepolis: Re-Discovering The Lost Capital Of The Persian Empire

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It was probably the greatest construction project of antiquity: In 520 B.C. King Darius I of the Archaemenids had a forty-acre terrace piled up at the foot of the Kuh-e-Rahmat (the Mount of Mercy) in the central Persian plateau. Here the new capital of the Persian Empire was to arise: Parsa, or Persepolis. This program reconstructs the imposing site. The architects Wolfgang Gambke and Kourosh Afhami rebuilt Persepolis virtually with an animation program also used by architects and urban planners. Not only does the documentary breathe life into the splendor of Persepolis, it also recreates a picture of a world empire which was exemplary in it's organization and administration.

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    Title: Persepolis: Re-Discovering The Lost Capital Of The Persian Empire
    Genre: Special Interest-Documentary
    Release Date: 2/24/2009
    Original Year: 2009
    Product Type: DVD
    Region: 1
    Rated: NR
    Catalog #: 4436
    UPC: 032031443693
    Item #: KLT004436

    Technical Information

    Street Date: 2/24/2009
    Closed Caption: No
    Run Time: 60 minutes
    Studio: Kultur Video